The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA


April 9, 2014

Shirley Ann Friedline-Douglas

THE VILLAGES, FLA. — FRIEDLINE-DOUGLAS – Shirley Ann, 77, Somerset and The Villages, Fla., went home to be with the Lord April 4, 2014, at The Villages Hospice. Born Dec. 29, 1936, in Somerset, daughter of Homer Shaulis and Lottie (Tipton). Preceded in death by parents; first husband, Floyd E. Friedline, who died Feb. 19, 1982; brothers, Leroy, James and Donald Shaulis; sister, Beatrice Miller; stepgrandson, Rodney “Bounce” Douglas; and granddaughter, Christy Ann Friedline. Survived by husband of 26 years, Raymond “Max” Douglas; children, Elwood J. “Woodie” Friedline, married to the former Cindy Martin, Hooks, Texas; Karen Jean Friedline Kennedy, and husband, Terry, Mars, Pa.; and Sandra Friedline Kimmel, and husband, Rick, Somerset; stepdaughter, Melinda Plowman, and husband, Kevin, Apollo, Pa.; grandchildren, Heather Kennedy Ludwig, and husband, Amos; Nikki Friedline, and fiance, Terrence Gaines; Brandi Kennedy Lumley, and husband Jerrod; Jennifer Kimmel Brougher, and husband, Spencer; Matthew Kimmel; and Nicholas Kimmel; stepgrandchildren, Eric Plowman, and wife, Kristy; Rob Plowman; Lindsay Koch, and husband, Jon; and Bethany Plowman; great-grandchildren, Tianna and Jaleigh Gaines, Rowan Ludwig and Elliot Lumley; stepgreat-grandchildren, Olivia and Sophia Plowman. Shirley was a 1954 graduate of Somerset High School, and had worked for many years for the A&P food stores. She regularly attended New Covenant Methodist Church in The Villages, Fla., and St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church in Somerset when she was in Somerset. Her favorite pastime was golfing with her husband, Ray. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Hauger-Zeigler Funeral Home, Somerset, and one hour prior to the service at the church which will be conducted at 10 a.m. Friday, April 11, at St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church, Somerset, the Rev. Keith M. Fink, officiating. Interment, Somerset County Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to American Cancer Society.

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